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Retired Virginia Naval Officer Seeks Consult of Dr. Lox for Knee Stem Cell Treatment

Aug 28, 2018

Virginia Man with Knee Pain Seeks Knee Pain Relief with Stem Cell Treatment Even NFL Hall of Famer, Derrick Brooks falls down and has knee stem cells with Dr. Lox.  Watch the video above to see. PART 2 – NAVAL OFFICER – WATCH VIDEO BELOW A retired Naval Officer who graduated first in his class at the Naval Academy was recommended by his family physician in Virginia to seek consultation with Dr. Lox regarding knee stem cell treatment, as a…

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Derrick Brooks NFL Hall of Famer Has Wrist Stem Cells With Dr. Lox

Jan 22, 2018

Treating Wrist Pain in Athletes with Stem Cell Therapy Wrist Stem Cells Derrick Brooks, a former professional football player with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Hall of fame member had wrist stem cells with Dennis M. Lox, MD,, a world-recognized Sports and Regenerative Medicine specialist. Brooks was a linebacker with the Tampa Bay Bucs and was part of the Buccaneers Super Bowl winning team in 2003. Stem Cell and PRP Injections Dr. Lox has treated numerous athletes with wrist ailments…

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Manning and Peterson Made the Pro Bowl After Sensational Injury Comebacks

Apr 10, 2013

Manning and Peterson Made the Pro Bowl After Sensational Injury Comebacks Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, Fl Professional football players, Peyton Manning and Adrian Peterson have made the NFL Pro Bowl, following significant injuries last year where each underwent major surgery. Manning was out the entire 2011 season, with neck and back injuries that required several surgeries, as well as Stem Cell Therapy. Peterson of the Minnesota Vikings, injured his left knee December 2011and underwent major surgery. Peterson and Manning…

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The NFL Grants $100,000 to Study the Effects of PRP and Stem Cells

Mar 22, 2013

The NFL Grants $100,000 to Study the Effects of PRP and Stem Cells The National Football League (NFL) granted $100,000 to the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York to study the effects of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cells effects on tendons.  The research will be conducted by Dr. Scott Rodeo, associate team physician to the New York Giants.  The study will look at the different formulations of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and how PRP influences tendon structure and regeneration.  There…

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